YDL-Superior

8795 MacArthur Blvd
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
(734) 482-4110 x1391
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YDL-Superior is closed for renovations January 9-21, 2017.

Regular Hours:
Monday 12 - 8 pm
Tuesday 10 am - 6 pm
Wednesday, Thursday 4 - 8 pm
Saturday 10 am - 6 pm
Friday & Sunday Closed


Superior Township Location

Opened on February 24, 2007

Superior Township officially joined Ypsilanti District Library in August of 2006 after successful passage of a millage election. The Ypsilanti District Library opened its new interim location in Superior Township Saturday, February 24, 2007. YDL - Superior is located at 8795 MacArthur Blvd. (at the intersection of MacArthur and Harris).

The library is located in the building that was formerly used by the Superior Township Utilities Department and is adjacent to the fire station. The space was designated for library use by Superior Township officials William McFarlane, supervisor, Kay Williams, clerk, and Brenda McKinney, treasurer.

The location houses books for adults, children and teens; large print books, DVDs and videos, audio books, newspapers and magazines and four computers with Internet access for patrons with library cards. Online access enables patrons to visit the many databases available. Various children’s programs are offered, including video gaming, craft activities, and weekly storytimes. Patrons may request books and other materials from other YDL locations and have them delivered to YDL - Superior within days.

A librarian and circulation/customer service representative will operate the building when open. If you have any questions, staff at YDL-Superior may be reached by calling (734) 482-4110 x1391 during the hours it is open. At other times, you may call (734) 482-4110 x1316 for information.

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